How to hack a human: How social media drives social engineering
Hackers hack humans to hack the companies they work for. With social media, OOO messages, and a never-ending stream of news, the information bad actors need to carry out effective social engineering attacks is at their fingertips. Learn what makes people – and companies – most vulnerable, and what you can do to protect yourself.
Recorded on: Tuesday 16th March 2021
How to hijack your boss' email account remotely
What would you do if you could access your boss’ email account? Give yourself a pay rise? Jake recently worked out a method that Apple, Microsoft and Google have since acknowledged. Anyone can recreate it, across any of multiple platforms. Join us as we learn how this new finding operates and how you can protect yourself and your organisation from this attack.
With the shift in the remote workforce, there’s been an increase in adversaries using a man-in-the-middle attack to bypass MFA and breach Office 365 tenants. Join us as you will get to see how this attack is executed, as the attacker gains access to SharePoint online and accesses sensitive organisational files. We'll show you how you can detect and respond.
Recorded on: Friday 13th November 2020
How to hack a police station
Watch Jake unfold a targeted physical and cyberattack on a police station whilst equipped with a genuine “get out of jail free” card. Find out how he was able to bypass physical security and procedures in place in order to get into the network and control all aspects of the police database – even change passwords.
Recorded on: Wednesday 11th November 2020
Online Fraud Online
The nationwide lockdown has pushed more fraudsters into the digital world. Mark is one of SASIG's most popular speakers and will give you the knowledge you need to protect yourself, your family and your organisation. He demonstrates how criminals find and fool their victims, discover personal data and socially engineer victims, and find vulnerable devices to spread malware.
Recorded on: Wednesday 15th April 2020
HackedIn Via LinkedIn
Find out how Jake phished a CEO of a company via LinkedIn and was able to manipulate the CEO to giving him his passwords and other security info.